RED BIRD PRODUCTS
P. O. Box 376
Mt. Aukum, CA 95656
Daily Maintenance: Daily Maintenance is a highly palatable diet for the average bird and supplies nutrients needed to allow birds to look their best and to live long, healthy lives. Daily Maintenance has roughly 7% fat and 21% of its calories are derived from fat.
Low-Fat D/M: Low-Fat Daily Maintenance addresses the widespread problem of obesity in pet birds. Low-Fat D/M contains roughly 3% fat and 9% of its calories are derived from fat.
Breeder: Roudybush breeder diets should be fed any time parents are feeding chicks. It supplies the high levels of nutrients needed for growth in chicks. During egg laying and incubation, breeder can be fed mixed with maintenance diets. Continue feeding breeder diet until chicks are either taken from parents for hand feeding or at least until the chick is weaned.
High - Energy Breeder Formula: Was formulated for birds that need to feed their chicks a high - energy diet to obtain optimal growth. Although specific species requirements have yet to be established, some aviculturist feel that specific species, most notably macaws, need higher energy levels during growth. High - Energy Breeder Formula is 7% fat; 21% of calories derived from fat. Continue the high-energy diet when the birds end their breeding season.Return birds to maintenance pellets when the season has ended.
Formula 3 Hand - Feeding Formula : Formula 3 Hand - Feeding Formula is a diet formulated with a higher fat content than the Original Hand - Feeding Formula and allowing for longer times between feedings. Formula 3 contains less calcium and Vitamin D3, which addresses the concern many avian veterinarians have for elevated amounts of vitamins and minerals that may damage the kidneys of baby chicks. Formula 3 mixes and feeds with greater ease due to its thinner, smoother consistency thus it flows through syringes and feeding tubes easier. The higher fat content makes Formula 3 especially useful in larger psittacine and granivorous species from hatching to weaning.
Lory Diet: The Lory Diet provides owners the flexibility of offering their birds a variety of wet and dry foods. It can be fed dry or mixed with about one part dry nectar to three parts water. Lory Diet can also be fed in conjunction with a variety of other foods, such as fresh fruits and vegetables or treats of Roudybush Daily Maintenance. When enough dry nectar or Roudybush Maintenance is fed, the droppings become more solid, eliminating the messy spraying of droppings that occurs in Lories fed nectar exclusively. This is highly desirable effect in the opinion of most lory owners with pet birds in their homes.
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Author: Stephen Fairman
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